Posted onDecember 21, 2010 byAndy Ptacek, Marketing Director
This is quite possibly our favorite time of year. The holiday cheer is in full effect and the end-of-year business boom is always a fun challenge! We hope you have a blessed holiday and wish you all the best as 2010 comes to an end.
But, if you’re feeling a little Scrooge-ish… Having a little fun with this cool website is sure to make you chuckle! Here’s the proof!…
Personalize funny videos and birthday eCards at JibJab!
Posted onNovember 29, 2010 byAndy Ptacek, Marketing Director
It’s no secret that the holidays are a great time to reach out to your clients past, present and prospective. The challenge is doing something so neat that it makes them stop for a second and soak it in. It’s moments like this that keep you top of mind should they need the products or services you offer.
Posted onNovember 24, 2010 byBrad Ball, Design Director
Just a quick moment to say thank you. Thank you for being the best client a design group could ask for, thank you for being our friend, thank you for your conversation here on our blog as well as Facebook and Twitter. Thank you for being YOU because you make our Liquis world go ’round.
Posted onNovember 17, 2010 byAndy Ptacek, Marketing Director
What is Charity ‘n’ Chow?
It’s a holiday event hosted by Liquis Design in which attendees are encouraged to bring an in-kind donation for Crisis Nursery in exchange for a pancake breakfast.
What does Crisis Nursery do?
Crisis Nursery exists to provide hope and support to children threatened with abuse, neglect or homelessness. Each child is assured of nurturance and protection from experiences and environments that are harmful to their well-being. Families receive support though crisis intervention, counseling, parenting classes and referral to community resources. Find out more at www.crisisnurseryphx.org.
Posted onNovember 9, 2010 byAndy Ptacek, Marketing Director
By now you hopefully understand that your business should have some sort of Web presence. These days, customers and clients are looking for YOU and you need to be accessible. Putting your business in the phone book doesn’t cut it anymore and in reality, the Web has replaced these old school methods with tools like Google, Facebook and Yelp. Now we can type in key words and find exactly what we’re looking for with an abundance of information, images and reviews that give us a pretty solid impression about who we’re dealing with.
Posted onNovember 3, 2010 byAndy Ptacek, Marketing Director
We stumbled across this website today and thought it was so fun! Yeah, it’s flash, but flash can be COOL! So much of it is interactive and even has a tweeting Jim bird. It is so reminiscent of Jim and his work and really draws you in. Our only beef is that the pages take a while to load and some of the images could be more crisp. All in all though, Bravo Jimbo!
Posted onOctober 21, 2010 byBrad Ball, Design Director
I hate to shout, but this darn browser is a tad frustrating. Internet Explorer, a.k.a. IE, can be a real pain to optimize a website for and there are even designers who won’t optimize for the browser at all.
Posted onOctober 14, 2010 byAndy Ptacek, Marketing Director
The font you use for marketing materials says a lot to the masses about you. If you use a font like Papyrus or Comic Sans, you’re probably getting made fun of… Just sayin. Take heed the advice of your designer for acceptable and up-and-coming fonts.
It’s not just a battle between marketers and designers pushing the fresh fonts and the consumers holding on to the overused fonts, it’s really a battle of raising the standard or giving in. Fonts have a job to do, a message to portray and a responsibility to resonate. Whether it’s body text or a wordmark logo, there is a purpose behind your designer’s choices and don’t hesitate ask what that is. We get a kick out of talking shop to interested clients.
Now, for a little font humor, here’s Comic Sans Man!